The Project Explorer is displayed by default.
If you close the Project Explorer, you can display it again by clicking Window
-> Show View
and then selecting General
-> Project Explorer
When you open a resource in the Project Explorer, information about that resource appears in an editor in a separate pane. You open a resource by right clicking it and choosing Open
from the resulting popup. For example, when you open a model, the Model Editor appears. It contains the following tabs.
Displays model source code and useful related information, for example, properties and associations.Design
Displays graphically the construction of a user interface element selected in the Application Tree or Pages panel. Model XML
Displays the XML code that defines the model.Builder Call Editor
Displays information about the open builder.
If you open a profile set, the Profile Editor appears with its own set of tabs and a set of buttons that allow you to add, edit, or delete a profile in the set. To open an individual profile, you have to open the profile set and display its contents in the Outline
You can rename builder calls in the editor.
It is strongly recommended that you not take advantage of this capability because your changes will not be reconciled throughout the system. If you want to rename a builder call, you should do so from the Outline
rather than the editor.
Parent topic: The Project Explorer and the Model Navigator views: wpf7